Three best friends decide to stop playing by the rules and take control of their lives. In desperate need of money to care for their families, sisters Beth and Annie and their best friend Ruby make a plan to hold up a local grocery store. The women plan the heist expecting to ease their financial burdens, but new to the game of crime, they get pulled in deeper than they ever imagined - and the only way out of this will be together.
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Peter Gunn is an American private eye television series. Filmed in a film noir atmosphere and featuring Henry Mancini music that could tell you the action with your eyes closed, Peter Gunn worked in style. Known as Pete to his friends and simply as Gunn to his enemies, he did his job in a calm cool way.
The actor-director hosted (and sometimes acted in) this Emmy-winning live anthology series, which mixed originals with adaptations of plays, books, short stories and movies. Many established stars and stars-to-be appeared, including Helen Hayes, James Cagney, Claudette Colbert, Joanne Woodward, James Dean, Peter Falk, Van Heflin, Jack Lemmon, Jane Wyman, Cliff Robertson, Gena Rowlands, Dorothy Gish, Kim Hunter and the host's daughter, Elizabeth Montgomery (in her TV debut).
A psychologist tracked down runaways in what began as a short-run series called 'Operation: Runaway,' which aired in the spring of 1978. It was slated for a fall pickup, but was shelved until the following spring, when it had a new title and some new cast members, including Alan Feinstein, who replaced Robert Reed (four years removed from 'The Brady Bunch').